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The entrepreneur next door and mental health
Nigeria Punch

The entrepreneur next door and mental health

Babatunde Fajimi When tomorrow comes, the world will observe October 10 on the United Nation's calendar as World Mental Health Day. We will spare some thoughts today for the entrepreneur next door. The entrepreneur next door is a metaphor for ... Nigeria Punch, 3 hours ago
OTA centre marks Mental Health Week Matangi Tonga, 14 hours ago

Cut Visual Impairment Rates by 25 Per Cent Within 2019: WHO

13:45 IST Representational Image. Kolkata: With 80 per cent of visual impairment being avoidable, the World Health Organisation (WHO) today called for reducing the prevalence of avoidable blindness and visual impairment by 25 per cent within ...
 NDTV18 hours ago

Group Calls For Destruction Of 3.7 Million Vaccines After Protocol Breach, Or Else Pass Them On To Some Poorer Countries

A healthcare lobby group recognized by the World Health Organization is calling for the destruction of 3.7 million polio vaccines that were donated. Reportedly, storage protocol was breached when the frozen vaccines were partially thawed during air ...
 Inquisitr9 hours ago Climate change will be 'a killer'  Times Live South Africa4 days ago New guidelines recommend ARVs for people at risk  All4Women6 days ago Rabies 100 per cent preventable, UN health agency says on World D...  India Blooms1 week ago

‘India needs 10 times more mental health workers’

Nearly one in 10 people worldwide have mental health disorders, but only one per cent of the global health workforce are working in this field, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday with a top official underlining that a country of India’s ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Philanthropy: Money for the mind  Livemint.com1 day ago Indians at higher risk of diabetes due to ancestors, says new research  DNA2 months ago

10 Early Symptoms Of Heart Disease That Will Help You Prepare You For The Worst

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), heart diseases claim 17.5 million lives every year, accounting for 31% of all the deaths worldwide! While it used to be a problem that people had to start worrying about in their 50s and 60s, today ...
 Indiatimes3 days ago Heart diseases in women are under-recognised, under-treated: WHO says  Deccan chronicle1 week ago Heart diseases in Indian women under-recognised: WHO  Business Standard1 week ago
Daily Times Nigeria

PenOp partners with Orange Health, Legus Foundation on free healthcare for elderly

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Nigeria has received a boost in the ongoing World Elderly Day celebration with the treatment of 1000 elderly people currently receiving free treatment for various levels of ailments in Lagos. Code named ...
 Daily Times Nigeria1 day ago Chike Okoli Foundation celebrates World Heart Day with free health screening  The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago World Elderly Day celebrated  Bahrain News Agency1 week ago
Tunis Afrique Presse News Agency

Tunisia takes part in WHO 62nd session of Regional Committee for Eastern Mediterranean

:07 Hits: 0 TUNIS (TAP) - Tunisia is taking part in works of the World Health Organisation (WHO) 62 nd session of the Regional Committee for Eastern Mediterranean organised, October 5-8
 Tunis Afrique Presse News Agency2 days ago

‘Over 90 p.c. deaf children are born to normal parents’

Informing that according to World Health Organisation, over 90 per cent deaf children are born to normal parents, William Borneo, Programme Coordinator for India and Bangladesh, international non-governmental organsation Deafchild, said a family faces ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

WHO cautions against indiscriminate use of antibiotics

Press Trust of India | Kolkata October 4, 2015 Last Updated at 08:57 IST The World Health Organisation (WHO) has cautioned that the current practice of indiscriminate use of antibiotics is increasingly leading to resistance to medicines, persistence of ...
 Business Standard4 days ago World Health Organisation cautions against indiscriminate use of antibiotics  Deccan chronicle4 days ago
The Guardian Nigeria

Fortification Will Improve Maternal And Child Health, Says GAIN

Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), an organisation with a focus on eradicating malnutrition across the world has described the new food fortification standards for flour and their products launched by the Standard Organisation of Nigeria ...
 The Guardian Nigeria5 days ago
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